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By Rodolfo León
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07/11/2021 7:30 pm

Apparently, Warner Bros. he still intends to sell some of his studies, specifically NetherRealm Studios and TT Games. This according to some documents that Jez corden, editor of Windows Central, had a chance to see.

Speaking during a podcast, the reporter noted that the developers of Mortal Kombat and LEGO could be out of WBGames, this after a complicated fracture after the union between WarnerMedia and Discovery several months ago.

Before you worry, it is important to note that it is not known how old or recent these documents are. Similarly, nothing is mentioned about a potential buyer, although it is speculated that Microsoft you might be interested in the acquisition. On the other hand, it is also believed that Sony could be one of those interested, especially now that the Japanese company is co-owner of the tournament EVO.

Corden believes that the blame for this could be the movies, and not the video games. In his own words:

“I would say that Warner Bros were not satisfied with the results of the Mortal Kombat movie, and they weren’t happy with the results of the LEGO movies either. Also, the LEGO IP is licensed from Denmark and that eats up a bit of the revenue. “

This theory is a bit difficult to take seriously, since The LEGO Movie it amassed close to $ 500 million at the box office. On the other hand, the adaptation of Mortal Kombat It did not meet expectations, but remember that it was launched during the pandemic and that certainly affected its income.

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